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Michigan AG, SOS participate in ‘Making it Count: A Voter Information Town Hall’

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LANSING, Mich. – Attorney General Dana Nessel and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson answered voter questions at a town hall event Wednesday night.

“Making it Count: A Voter Information Town Hall” took place at 7 p.m.

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Nessel and Benson outlined what to expect at the polls on Nov. 3 to make sure Michigan voters are informed and confident that their votes will be counted.

Additionally, Kent County Clerk Lisa Posthumus-Lyons held a news conference Tuesday where she shared information to prepare voters for Election Day. It can be watched below.

Voted absentee? You can track your ballot at Michigan.gov/vote. If you haven’t returned your absentee ballot yet, the best advice is to take it to the clerk and drop it in a dropbox if you’re concerned about mail delivery.

Residents can also vote in person on Election Day, but because of the pandemic, you will be encouraged to wear a mask and practice social distancing.

You can also register at your local clerk’s office on Election Day in Michigan to vote in the presidential election.